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Cambria Celebrates Launch of Two New Additions

Have I ever mentioned how much I love quartz countertops?  If not, I have been remiss.  Quartz tops, composed of 93% quartz and 7% resins, are the ultimate in durability, come in a variety of looks and are so easy to care for.  What could be better?  My favorite brand when it comes to quartz counter tops is Cambria.  I love their selection of patterns and colors plus they make it so easy, all the colors are the same price!  I was thrilled to be invited, earlier this month,  to the local launch of two new additions to their luxurious Marble Collection, Ella and Brittanicca.

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The event was held at the Pavillion Grille in Boca Raton.  The stage was set with style, elegance and a chance to view the two new offerings up close and personal.  It’s easy to see that these latest marble looks were inspired by the seashore.  Crazy beautiful veining brings to mind patterns created on the sand.

 

Pavillion Grille,Boca Raton,Cambria Launch

 

Here is a quote from Cambria describing one of the new colors.  “Vast and expansive, Brittanicca™ offers a velvety marbled background of neutral white that provides a stage on which gray streams meander among intertwining ashen veins dotted with veiled charcoal sparkles.” It’s perfectly poetic, yes?

 

Brittanicca by Cambria
Brittanicca by Cambria. Beautiful.  Photo courtesy of Cambria

 

The second star of the evening, Ella, has a finer pattern but is also reminiscent of marble.  The background is rich and creamy.  Both of these options are a great way to get the opulent look of marble with easy to care for durability.

Ella by Cambria
Ella by Cambria, more subtle with a creamy background.  Photo courtesy of Cambria

 

Both new finishes are a part of Cambria’s Oceanic Collection.

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Gloria Graham-Sollecito

Gloria is a kitchen and bath cabinetry designer with AKBD certification from the National Kitchen & Bath Association. She has also served on the Florida Treasure Coast Chapter's Board of Directors as the VP of Communications. Her work has appeared on This Old House as well as in Florida Design Magazine, K+BB Magazine and the Palm Beach Post. She is co-author of The Complete Idiots Guide to Remodeling Your Kitchen, Illustrated, as well as a freelanced writer contributing occasionally to the Sun Sentinel in the area of kitchen design. She is a proud member of the Blanco Design Council and the illustrious Brizo Blogger 19.

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